White House Gives States Infrastructure Report Cards

The review of each state is meant to highlight the need for the infrastructure bill.

On Monday, the White House issued report cards for all 50 states, breaking down how each state attacks up to 12 key areas of infrastructure that would be addressed under the American Jobs Plan, the $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal.

The state-by-state reports offer assessments of how each state is performing in terms of roads and bridges, dams, public transportation, resilient infrastructure, drinking water, housing, broadband, caregiving, childcare, manufacturing, home energy, clean energy jobs, and veterans’ health.

The majority of states received an overall grade of C or C-minus, with Georgia and Utah leading with C-plus grades. Several states had D grades. No state got higher than a C plus. A few states got no grade at all.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For administration officials and Congress to seek direction from God as they evaluate and negotiate the $2.3 trillion infrastructure package.
  • For the leaders in each individual state as they assess their own needs when it comes to infrastructure and determine how to best work with the federal government.

Sources: The Hill, Business Insider


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